Jakai Moore is a 2019 4-star offensive guard. He is the 9th ranked player in the state of Virginia, 24th ranked offensive guard, and 369th ranked prospect in the 2019 class by 247 sports. He plays for Patriot high school in Nokesville, Virginia. Moore has the ability to punish defenders at the point of attack. At 6-6 295, he has great athleticism and raw power which give him the ability to play either guard or tackle. I had a conversation with him a little before his Penn state visit about how he felt about Penn state and what were his top schools.
LJ: What was your team record this past season?
LJ: What have you improved on the most?
Jakai: I would say my footwork has improved the most
LJ: What are your strengths?
Jakai: My aggression
LJ: What are your top teams?
Jakai: Penn State, South Carolina, and Clemson.
LJ: How were your visits to Clemson and South Carolina? What did you like about each school?
Jakai: Clemson is amazing has a great training facility. South Carolina was a good visit they kind of had the same atmosphere as Penn state.
LJ: What do you like about Penn state?
Jakai: Everything the coaches and the way the staff makes you feel like family.
LJ: What do you like about Penn State coach James Franklin?
Jakai: He is cool and chill. You can talk to him about anything.
LJ: What has Penn state told you?
Jakai: That I am their guy.
LJ: What will you bring to a program that you commit to?
Jakai: I am going to work my butt off to start right away.
LJ: When will you visit Clemson again?
Jakai: December 14th
When will you commit?
Jakai: January 19th
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